2023 HMC Gala | Going Forward, Forging New Voices

January 20, 2023, 6:30PM EST | Fort Lauderdale, FL Join us for an exciting hybrid celebration! We'll honor exemplary leaders, celebrate Latino excellence, enjoy live musical performances, and more!

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Certificate in Multicultural Marketing Communication

Graduate students and non-degree seeking professionals can pursue a certificate to acquire unique skills and conduct research geared to enhance marketing strategies and considerations for the multicultural market.

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Learn from successful professionals in the Hispanic and multicultural marketing industry.

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Undergraduate students can earn a minor in Multicultural Marketing Communication. The courses offer an interdisciplinary approach to study the multicultural market.

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The Latin American Caribbean Scholarship is awarded to international students from designated Latin American and Caribbean countries at the start of each semester. Learn more about this opportunity and apply with the link below!

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Check out this internship opportunity with the Center!

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The Center, an engaging space to develop your future

The Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication at Florida State University was founded by Dr. Felipe Korzenny in 2004. The Center’s affiliation, academic courses, and programs are part of the Florida State University School of Communication. The Center was the first of its kind in the United States devoted to educating students and professionals in the field of U.S. Hispanic marketing and advertising. Faculty and students working with the Center are conducting ground-breaking research and serving as an innovative resource for the Hispanic marketing industry.

Sindy Chapa
Director, The Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication


Apply for the Mentorship program at the Center.


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Apply for the Internship and placement program at the Center.


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